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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Stadhampton

    Parishes StadhamptonSTADHAMPTON The ancient parish comprised 623 acres. 1 In 1932 Stadhampton was enlarged to 2,426 acres for civil purposes by the addition of Chislehampton , and Ascot , formerly in Great Milton parish, and Brookhampton , formerly in

    Addenda and corrigenda to volume 5

    line 5, delete the vicar of Great Milton , " 55 a , line 6, after walked over add from Stadhampton , where he lived, " 100 b , line 2 from end, for Only a fireplace read Nothing "

    Parishes Chislehampton THE DOYLEY ESTATE IN CHISLEHAMPTON IN. 1628. CAMOISE COURT

    , despite its greater area, has always been less populous than neighbouring Stadhampton . The 1524 subsidy roll listed only 9 persons there, as against 24 in Stadhampton , 233 and in 1676 there were 53 adults, compared with 85

    Tax assessments, 1306-1523

    61 Drayton St. Leonard 1 10 0 2 4 0 10 25 2 1 3 72 2 18 2 16 Stadhampton 4 1 0 4 4 14 1 2 13 7 28 1 17 9 63 1 7 4 24

    Houses of Augustinian canons The abbey of Dorchester

    of the churches of the hundred of Dorchester , viz. Toot Baldon , Drayton , Clifton Hampden , Chislehampton , Stadhampton , and Dorchester , with its chapelries of Overy and Burcot . These were the churches which in old

    Dorchester hundred DORCHESTER HUNDRED

    of Dorchester extending over a wide area, including Overy , 13 Drayton , Burcot , Clifton , Chislehampton , and Stadhampton , and several fees held of the bishop, including Nicholas of Burcot 's fee in Drayton (including Holcombe )

    Index

    3; fields, 13; fishery, 14; geol., 5; incl., 13; inn, 6; mans., 8-12; noncf., see Stadhampton ; P.N., 5; pop., 7, 13, 14; schs., see Stadhampton ; top., 5-8; wds., 5, 14 Chislehampton , de, Hugh, s. of Alf. de

    Parishes Drayton St Leonard

    the manorial court in the 17th and 18th centuries. 9 Two metalled roads lead out of the village, one to Stadhampton across Haywards Bridge , the other west to Dorchester and Burcot . There are also two unmetalled roads, one

    Agriculture

    acres of flinty-covered ground about the Chiltern district. 4. 168,000 acres of miscellaneous soil, such for instance as that about Stadhampton , Culham , Warborough , Nuneham, Forest Hill , Kidlington , Chiselhampton, Sandford , Great Haseley , & c.

    Parishes Great Milton GREAT MILTON PRIORY PRE-INCLOSURE MAP OF GREAT MILTON C. 1840 [ Great Milton church ]

    to Wheatley , were united to form the civil parish of Great Milton . Ascot civil parish was united with Stadhampton . 4 Little Milton remained a separate civil parish. In 1953, after part of Tiddington with Albury had been

    Early Man Bronze Age

    of which is decorated with 'maggot' ornament (Pl. VII c ). The process of evolution is illustrated by one from Stadhampton , in which the collar shows signs of losing its definition and the ornament is incised, or by an

    Parishes Dorchester DORCHESTER C. 1840 [ Dorchester church ]

    Overy has survived. The rolls of the hundredal inquest for Dorchester hundred are defective and the fi rst entry concerns Stadhampton . 164 A survey of the bishop's demesne in 1348 listed about 720 arable acres, 150 acres of meadow,

    Ecclesiastical history

    (5 hides), a manor in Baldon (71/2 hides), South Stoke (171/4 hides), Dorchester , including Clifton Hampden , Drayton , Stadhampton , and Chislehampton , and lastly a manor in Benson called Fifhide, which is not actually mentioned in Domesday,

    Sport

    and they were consequently a long way from some of the Friday fixtures; in 1884 new kennels were built at Stadhampton and the pack has been quartered there ever since. In addition to bringing the South Oxfordshire pack to a

    Table of population, 1801-1901

    189 172 187 199 141 136 Drayton & 1,288 260 287 343 333 327 327 327 315 287 265 241 Stadhampton 623 193 203 254 313 384 401 329 313 268 276 253 Stoke , South 3,370 564 645 739

    Parishes Tetsworth

    Simon was summoned for military service as one of the lords of Tetsworth , Epwell and Swalcliffe , Drayton , Stadhampton , and other lands. 75 Simon lived until at least 132 7 76 but before his death he disposed

    Parishes Adwell

    her daughter Elizabeth. 100 Elizabeth Newell was in possession by 1785 and two years later she married James Jones of Stadhampton . 101 It is possible that the Newells had made their money in the service of the East India

    Early Man Early Iron Age Fig. 17: a , Caversham ; b, e, g , Wood Eaton ; c, f , Beckley ; d , Filkins ; h , Woodperry .

    Stone ' at Dean ( O. G. S. Crawford , The Long Barrows of the Cotswolds , 215 and 213). Stadhampton . Bronze Age cinerary urn [A.M. ] . Standlake . Polished stone axe ( A.S.I ., 2nd ed., 125).

    Index

    John, and his w. Marg., 112 Spythurst , Wm., 224 Stacy , John (fl. 1590), 223; John (fl. 1634), 223 Stadhampton , 10 Stafford , Alice, sis. of Wm., m. 2 Wal. Talboys, 84; Anne, see Woodstock ; Avice (d.

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